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Title Majesty and humility. Episode V, Individual, family, and community / [produced by TeleTime Video]
Published Lynbrook, NY : TeleTime Video, 2019

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Description 1 online resource (71 minutes)
Summary More than any other leading figure in American Orthodoxy, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik--known reverently by his followers as "The Rav"--straddled different worlds. Born into a dynasty of great Lithuanian Torah scholars, Rabbi Soloveitchik spent his youth immersed in the aristocracy of Talmudic learning. He was a master student and teacher of Jewish texts, and halakhah (Jewish law) stood at the center of his life and work. Yet, he was also at home in the world of the academy, holding a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Berlin and possessing a deep familiarity with the dominant trends of modern Western thought. It was Rabbi Soloveitchik's apparently seamless integration of these two opposing worlds that established him as one of the most important American religious leaders and thinkers of the 20th century
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed June 30, 2021)
"The Life, Legacy and Thought of Joseph B. Soloveitchik"
In English
Subject Soloveitchik, Joseph Dov, 1903-1993 -- Philosophy
Soloveitchik, Joseph Dov, 1903-1993 -- Teachings
SUBJECT Soloveitchik, Joseph Dov, 1903-1993. fast (OCoLC)fst00109444
Subject Jewish philosophy.
Jewish philosophy.
Philosophy.
Teachings.
Genre/Form lectures.
Lectures.
Lectures.
Conférences.
Form Streaming video
Author Schacter, Jacob J., speaker
Teletime Video, Inc., publisher.
Other Titles Individual, family, and community lecture V